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Famous Parks of Delhi

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Nov 292018
 

Delhi is truly coming up as a destination of greenery. The city’s mains lungs are the northern and southern areas of the Ridge. Some portions of the ridge have been landscaped and concerted into parks.

Lodhi Gardens used to be the burial ground of Lodhi Kings. Today the place is a highly favored spot for the citizens of the capital for picnic, jogging,  leisured activities and winter ambling.

 

Nehru Park- near Ashoka Hotel in Chanakyapuri is another well landscaped garden, full of flowering shrubs. A group of three enormous trees provides a focus on the lawn near the statue of Lenin. with rolling lawns, magnificent trees, flora and fauna at its best, Delhi truly is a city of parks and gardens.

 

Garden of Five Senses– A spectacularly designed picturesque site developed in 20 acres located at Said-ul-Ajaib in southern part of Delhi around 2 kms away from Qutub Minar. This garden is an amalgamation of colour, fragrance, texture and form with a unique chime of 500 bells producing soothing sounds in its background.  This Garden is the latest addition to Delhi’s cultural circuit. The place has numerous attractions and challenging programmers like annual garden Festival, Longest Dandiya Nasti, Yoga Camps, Fashion Shows etc. garden of Fives Senses featured in the Limca Book of Records in 2004 for its unique concept of Solar Energy Park.

 

Deer Park– A paradise for morning walkers, has picnic huts, approachable from Hauz Khas Village. it is near the Delhi Lawn Tennis Association.

 

Zoological Garden– Designed by the west German zoo specialist, Hergenbeck. it is between Purana Quila and Hunayun’s Tomb. Closed on Fridays.

 

Millennium Park-  Located near Sarai Kale Khan Behind Humayun Tomb, Spread in around 20 acres, this park provides lusty green and peaceful environment to the people.

 

Ashola Wildlife Sanctuary– Immediately after the Ghiyassuddin’s Tomb, towards the south, is one of the most beautiful drives in Delhi with lust greenery and pink bougainvillea bushes on both sides. Along the road is the entrance to Sanctuary, which covers an area of 26 sq.km. Though not much wildlife exists in Ashola, it is full of all kind of birds and smaller animals.

 

Suraj Kund – Along the road, just beyond the Delhi- Haryana border, set amidst the barren and rocky landscape, is Surajkund with a man made lake nearby. Every year a Crafts Fair is held here, which attracts tourists from all parts of India and abroad.

 

Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary– House of numerous migratory birds in winter. Best time to visit November- February and its 46 km from Delhi.

 

Badhkal Lake-  A Popular picnic spot, it has facilities for water sports.

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Trip From Amritsar to Delhi

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Nov 222018
 

If you are looking for ways to travel from Amritsar to New Delhi, you’ve come to the right text. Read on to find out the best ways that you can make your travel….

By Bus

One of the best ways to get from Amritsar to Delhi is by bus, there are many buses  which take people to Amritsar to Delhi (or Delhi to Amritsar) and you can board these buses from places like the Alpha one mall or new Amritsar Red light and they’ll drop you off at places like Red fort or Karnal Bypass, however these bus trips may take up to 7-8 hours however these times can vary due to the amount of traffic that could be present.

By Car

Driving to Amritsar is one of the most popular and convenient ways of travelling and there are several options and route to stop for refreshments, and you don’t have to wait for a bus or plane or pay for a ticket going the trip is completely free except when you need to take fuel. Thankfully your time can once again highly vary because of traffic.

By Air

Nevertheless, if you don’t want  long journeys a plane may be your way of travelling!  Plane trips are always an occurrence across the skies of Amritsar and Delhi,  so this may be the right option! Plus, a trip only takes up to an hour. Amritsar is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular flights. Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport in Amritsar, located about 11 kilometeres away from the city-centre,  and also to a number of international cities.

 By Train

Amritsar Railway Station is the main station in the city and is well connected to almost all major cities in India including Delhi. A train journey from Delhi to Amritsar takes a little over 6 hours.

Finally, train should be the best format of travelling. A train is not only fast but affordable as well. A train ticket for Amritsar to Delhi , which is pretty cheap compared to our other methods of travelling, we’ve seen so far

I hope now you have a excellent trip via your journey from Amritsar to Delhi.

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